Published on 21 Sep, 2012
|Surveon’s Full HD Sony Exmor sensor camera series provides high-sensitivity and low noise imaging quality
Surveon, the complete megapixel solutions provider recently announced that it will showcase its proven end to end solutions at Security Essen 2012 in Germany from September 25th to 28th. Surveon is one of the few manufacturers with the in-house design and production capacity, offering the complete solutions from a full line of megapixel cameras and hardware RAID NVR to enterprise iSCSI/SAS video storage sub-systems for megapixel surveillance applications.
Surveon’s new Full HD Sony Exmor Sensor camera series provides high-sensitivity and low noise imaging quality in full-featured box, bullet, vandal proof dome and speed dome. The new series also comes with auto focus zoom lens and individual image processor, offering advanced imaging functionality such as 3D noise reduction, multi-area high light compensation, defog and wide dynamic range, making the new megapixel cameras the ideal solution for a variety of professional security projects.
Also on display will be Surveon’s 2-, 5- and 8-bay megapixel hybrid NVR systems. The all-in-one Smart Megapixel Recorder (SMR) series is the compact solution with up to eight hot-swappable disk drives and hardware RAID that ensures system performance and data protection. The professional non-COTS system design offers highly integrated and proven solutions for security integrators, reducing the installation, compatibility and maintenance issues associated with the traditional PC+software solutions and enabling them to easily upgrade to professional small- to medium-size megapixel surveillance solutions.
The enterprise RAID NVR2000 series provides high I/O rates, large capacities, and overall system stability necessary for scalable projects. With the enterprise RAID subsystems capable of more than 5,000 Mbps “writing” performance and the hardware RAID 5 and 6 engines, the NVR2000 offers DAS and iSCSI models to meet user requirements ranging from medium to large surveillance projects. The DAS models offer easy-to-use, all-in-one solutions ideal for up to 64 channels. The iSCSI models provide advanced solutions that are designed for centralised storage configurations connected to multiple servers, and are ideal for scalable applications with 1,000+ channels in sectors such as transportation, building complex, and urban surveillance.
Surveon is committed to providing its valued partners the truly professional, end to end megapixel solutions with 100% in-house design and manufacturing. For more information, please visit www.surveon.com or Surveon booth (Hall 2, Stand 121) at Security Essen 2012, Germany.